Nash Boogie FKA (N-Pire Da Great) is an emcee/producer from Sacramento,CA.. Being on the verge of legacy Nash is set to take music to next level with genre/blending production, effortless delivery and seamless bars. With recent placements like Quincy White – Hope (The7) & Lloyd Banks – History 2 (Blue Friday Series) as well as recent releases “Make America 08 Again” and “VII” Nash Is set to show you he’s not content with being placed in any box. If your just now tuning in let me start by saying “where have you been?” Lol! Ending with “it’s perfect timing” for what’s upcoming in the near future!! Nash has worked diligently since his first solo release “Everybody Hates Nash” in 2011 which ironically was the same year he produced “I Plotted” for Brotha Lynch Hung (Strange Music). After stepping into the game playing both sides of the field (emceeing/production) Nash followed up with 2013 release “Legends Never Die” which featured artists such as “C-Plus”, “Mark Noxx” and the late “Jacka” (RIP). One song in particular took on a life of its own and is still in Heavy rotation today “G-SHIT” ft The Jacka and also “The One” which received worldwide notoriety for it’s unmatched cinematic video presence.
Following a few more projects in 2013 Nash decided to start his own multi-media company and build a recording studio in Sacramento, CA “Common Ground Media” (CGM). This company consists of in-house photographers, videographers, graphic designers, recording engineers, producers and artists all working out of the same environment. The two story, six office, multi recording studio with a warehouse attached for shoots is a great location where a lot of other Sacramento & surrounding area artists & residents frequent to utilize the resources provided by CGM. Prior to the construction of CGM Boogie released “Out of Order” (2013) & shortly after getting things up & running at CGM “Posturepedic Mattress” (2014).
Nash decided to change his name from N-Pire Da Great to Nash Boogie for 2015 Jordan Mixtape series (III,IV,,VI) followed by “NASHUA EP” (2016) titled after Boogie’s birth name. In 2017 Boogie struck again with “Make America 08 Again” (2017) a play off Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan, fresh off producing “History 2” for Lloyd Banks. With Boogie’s project “Make America 08 Again” being received greatly by his peers, Nash was invited to perform at HOF day festival 9-16-17 which was headlined by EDM/Hip-Hop duo “Hippie Sabotage” Shortly after that in October 2017 Boogie set his sights on A3C in Atlanta, GA where he connected with the likes of “Sonny Digital”, “Stankonia Studios”, “Griselda Records” and more just to name a few. Now in 2018 Nash has his sights set on taking Things to the next level on all three ends (production,emceeing,writing) so Stay Tuned!!